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  1. German: German Mfg. (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters.
    I recently bought a 1942 Commercial Mauser HSc, (SN 803915, Peak Production). I posted info about it on the Mauser HSc DATA thread (Post 375) a couple of weeks ago, so the SN and markings could be added to the database. I posted pictures as well. This thread had not seem any activity since...
  2. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/829242344 I recently bought this gun and am wondering if I got a good/reasonable deal on it. I saw other all matching "nazi" Lugers on GunBroker sell for $2500+. The magazine possibly does not match, how much would that effect its price? Any...
  3. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Looking for Mauser aluminum magazine with 4778 serial. I know a long shot....
  4. Magazine & Parts Matching Forum
    I have the following Simson magazines available for trade (or will sell if it matches a Luger you own): SN 2877, with 2 ea DE/2 stamps on the top and bottom of the base as well as the back bottom of the tube. SN 3317, with 2 ea DE/2 stamps on the top and bottom of the base as well as the back...
  5. New Collectors Board
    Hello, First-time poster... I'm writing with a mystery. I'm trying to help a friend track down a Mauser Luger and holster that his grandfather brought back from WWII, and which he sadly pawned when he was in a hard spot back in 2011. His grandfather took it from a German officer who...
  6. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    I ran across this strange marking on a Mauser 1914 Post WWI (4th Variant?). Does anyone have a clue of what this sideways "7" means. There are no other unusual external markings or unusual proofs on the pistol except the one seen normally. Thank you friends!
  7. Want to Buy Trader
    If anyone has any parts for slide, firing pin, extractor etc for either gun please email me at [email protected] Thanks.
  8. Want to Buy Trader
    I am in need of a magazine for a Mauser 2nd Variant Standard Model 1910 with SN265804. Thank you, Andrew Morris 206-660-1841
  9. Want to Buy Trader
    Referred here from the k98 forum. Looking for an all matching (including the magazine) Nazi era Luger. Not looking to spend over $2700 for one. Holster not needed right now, I can get a nice one later but would be a plus if included. A preferred code date combo would be a 1940 42 code to match...
  10. Want to Sell Trader Board
    Want to sell what I thought was a very nice Mauser HSC holster I have now learned it is for a PA-63. It is in near mint condition, only flaw is on the flap and is visible in the photos. Stitching is tight and the mag pouch is not deformed, I do not see repairs of any kind. Just...
  11. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Hello, I recently got my hands on a C96 “Red 9” in excellent condition. I have been trying to find out more about the unit markings. Someone at thehighroad recommended this site to me. For the record, all parts are matching (including the grips), and there is a crowned eagle on the front of the...
  12. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hi folks, I mostly collect FN, sometimes a German weapon sneeks in. So, what can you tell me about this one? Rare? Value in Europe? Thanks WA655 stamped, 42 toggle, dated 1942, Cal 7.65mm serial 3375 All parts exept the square side panel seems to match. The mag has a little different serial...
  13. Mauser Pistols, Revolvers & Holsters, 1968-now
    Hello, Sorry, not exactly in the correct forum but closest I saw for a post-war Mauser pistol. This French made HSc is roughly 10k from the beginning and is one of four I own. I am used to the intertwinned "RW" proof that all my French HSc have, what I have not seen before is the Ordnance bomb...
  14. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    I recently purchased a c96 with the marking "P.L.2.18" on the front grip. The serial number is 124xxx, it is in 7.63mm, and it has a 1920 rework stamp but does not appear to have been reworked (barrel not cut). I'm trying to figure out what "P.L.2.18" represents. The combination of letters...
  15. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Friends - I need your input on this broomhandle. These are all the pictures I have and I know they aren't perfect. Do you have any concerns or reservations from what you see? The biggest thing that jumps out at me is that this is nowhere near the 24 grooves it should have. I believe I counted...
  16. New Collectors Board
    I just inherited 8 Mausers which most are definitely Chinese copies but I am having an issue identifying what exactly I have. I can send pictures. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated
  17. New Collectors Board
    Hello, my name is David and I've recently developed an interest in Lugers. Hopefully, with the help of this forum, it will blossom into a full-blown obsession. First, I'm not a gun collector and at this point in time I'm not looking to purchase anything, I'm merely looking for detailed...
  18. Want to Buy Trader
    Does anyone have the original mauser/interarms magazines, front sights, side plates, original manuals, boxes/cases or brass cleaning rods for sale?
  19. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Hey everyone, I've been trying to figure this out for some time now with no luck... I just took my broomhandle out to the range and have had some sort of failure and can't get the gun to disassemble. Upon firing the last round in the mag the bolt and hammer locked back as usual... but now the...
  20. German: German Mfg. (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters.
    Hello all. I have before me a C96 that appears to be an M30 "transitional" variant in the 755xxx serial range. The numbers appear to match on everything except the bolt stop so the pre-M30 lock mechanism appears (in my humble non-expert opinion) to be original to the lower receiver. Assembled...
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